Blended & Remote Learning

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Blended & Remote Learning

Blended learning is an approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online with traditional place-based classroom methods. It requires the physical presence of both teacher and student, with some elements of student control over where and when the activities are done.

When it comes to online, or eLearning, the “place-based classroom methods” may be replaced by live lessons, videos and webinars, making the learning even more accessible and convenient.

Woodchurch C.E. Primary Schools guide, ‘Providing Remote Education Information to Parents’ (accessed via the above link), will take you through the approach specific to this setting and outlines our offer of online learning and paper based learning pack.

Providing Remote Education Information to Parents

Google Classroom

Google Classroom enables teachers to create an online classroom area in which they can manage all the documents that their pupils need when they are learning at home.

We aim to put on work for the children to do that ‘mirrors’ the learning of the children who are in school. This work covers English, Maths, RE and a Foundation Subject and provides the required 3 hours of ‘blended learning’ taking place at home.

To access the Google Classroom you need to follow these steps in the following PDF:

Google Classroom

‘My Maths’

Time is allocated each lunchtime for children to access the computer suite.  This enables children to develop their computer skills, including use of the Internet and ‘My Maths’.

The school supports the work of various nominated charities throughout the year.  This has involved the children in a number of different activities enabling them to express their concern for others.  Each year we hold a Harvest Festival when we aim to help a charity involved in providing for people less fortunate than ourselves.  This year we are supporting ‘St Johns Hospice’ based at Clatterbridge, supporting terminally ill children and their families, as well as the Oliver King Foundation  as they work to deliver defibrillator training and devices to schools.


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